Pumpkins, Property Proposals and Politics Made Headlines Last Week
There were a number of stories on Safety Harbor Patch that caught readers' attention last week. Here's a few of them.
A developer wants to build a 296-unit residential complex and 37,900 square feet of retail and office space on the 34-acre property off McMullen Booth Road.
The downtown produce stand, in partnership with the city and Harborside Galleries, will be home to a couple fun, Halloween-themed activities this month.
Safety Harbor Patch sits down with City Commission candidate Ray R. Irvin.
Safety Harbor Patch sits down with City Commission candidate Robert “Bobby” Saltzman.
A crowd of roughly 75 people cheered, chanted and prayed for Gov. Mitt Romney at Fat Cat Tavern in Clearwater on Wednesday night; most believed he handily won the first debate with President Barack Obama.
The sweetly sour citrus treat was first grown in Safety Harbor in 1823, and its legacy lives on thanks to dedicated community leaders and cool downtown art.